This program’s focus is teaching skills for independence, including orientation and mobility, daily living skills, employment skills, and psychosocial issues of disability. The ultimate goal is to increase each student’s level of independence.June 16 – August 2
A two-week experience that will allow 12-21 year old Wisconsin students who are blind or visually impaired to explore future endeavors. The theme this year is “Future Feature.”July 7 – July 19
This is a one-week program that will use humor to teach literacy concepts to students who are blind or visually impaired aged 8-13. The theme this year is “Witty Writing.”July 28 – August 2
Join us for our exciting end of school year activities the week of June 3-7! Please note that the Spring Concert which was planned for May 30th has been cancelled and combined with the Talent Show.
The April 2019 issue of our newsletter, The Eye Spy, is now available. Topics in this issue include...
WCBVI is happy to announce our schedule of summer programs for 2019. These programs are designed for students who are blind or visually impaired that can participate independently or with minimal support.